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9788126914906 - R.K. Gupta: Indian Economy, Vol.II
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R.K. Gupta (?):

Indian Economy, Vol.II (2010) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारत

ISBN: 9788126914906 (?) या 8126914904, Band: 2, अज्ञात भाषा, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. किताबचा, नई

489 (US$ 6,88)¹ + शिपिंग: 355 (US$ 5,00)¹ = 844 (US$ 11,88)¹(दायित्व के बिना)
शिपिंग लागत के लिए: AUT
विक्रेता/Antiquarian से, A - Z Books
Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2010. Softcover. New. At the time of attainment of independence, the Indian economy was in a bad shape. Centuries of exploitative rule by the British had drained India of its wealth. The realization of the need for resurrecting the Indian economy had dawned upon our leaders even before independence. The National Planning Committee (NPC) was constituted in 1938 to study various aspects of economic development. After independence, the Planning Commission was set up in 195 to assess the country's needs for material capital and formulate economic plans. During the initial years of planning major thrust was to develop heavy and basic industries to reduce the country's dependence on import of machinery and equipment, and initiate self-sustained long-term growth. The progress under the Nehru-Mahalanobis model of growth which continued upto the 198s was slow. The 199s saw major shifts in economic policies with the introduction of privatization and liberalization in the form of industrial delicensing and opening up of Indian economy to international trade. The economic reforms, together with the adoption of new technologies and building up of infrastructure, have led to a high annual GDP growth rate of over eight per cent for the last three years. Nearly all economic indicators are in the positive zone. Paradoxically, however, the country is experiencing shortages in amenities, infrastructure and essential services. The basic objectives of alleviation of poverty, generation of adequate employment opportunities and removal of inequalities of income and wealth have not been realized. Growth is, by and large, confined to our urban areas. The book studies the structure and features of Indian economy and analyses all the important issues relating thereto. It includes latest facts and figures. It will be useful to the economists, government executives, parliamentarians and legislators to frame effective policies. The coverage and treatment of the subject will immensely help students of Economics and the aspiring candidates of various competitive examinations. Contents : 11. Special Economic Zones 12. Infrastructure 13. India and the World Economy 14. Foreign Trade 15. Foreign Direct Investment 16. Fiscal Deficits 17. India and the WTO 18. Liberalisation and Globalisation of Indian Economy 19. Planning in India Printed Pages: 401.
9788126914906 - R.K. Gupta: Indian Economy, Vol.II
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R.K. Gupta (?):

Indian Economy, Vol.II (2010) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारत

ISBN: 9788126914906 (?) या 8126914904, Band: 2, अज्ञात भाषा, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. किताबचा, नई

515 (US$ 6,88)¹ + शिपिंग: 224 (US$ 3,00)¹ = 740 (US$ 9,88)¹(दायित्व के बिना)
शिपिंग लागत के लिए: IND
विक्रेता/Antiquarian से, BookVistas
Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2010. Softcover. New. At the time of attainment of independence, the Indian economy was in a bad shape. Centuries of exploitative rule by the British had drained India of its wealth. The realization of the need for resurrecting the Indian economy had dawned upon our leaders even before independence. The National Planning Committee (NPC) was constituted in 1938 to study various aspects of economic development. After independence, the Planning Commission was set up in 195 to assess the country's needs for material capital and formulate economic plans. During the initial years of planning major thrust was to develop heavy and basic industries to reduce the country's dependence on import of machinery and equipment, and initiate self-sustained long-term growth. The progress under the Nehru-Mahalanobis model of growth which continued upto the 198s was slow. The 199s saw major shifts in economic policies with the introduction of privatization and liberalization in the form of industrial delicensing and opening up of Indian economy to international trade. The economic reforms, together with the adoption of new technologies and building up of infrastructure, have led to a high annual GDP growth rate of over eight per cent for the last three years. Nearly all economic indicators are in the positive zone. Paradoxically, however, the country is experiencing shortages in amenities, infrastructure and essential services. The basic objectives of alleviation of poverty, generation of adequate employment opportunities and removal of inequalities of income and wealth have not been realized. Growth is, by and large, confined to our urban areas. The book studies the structure and features of Indian economy and analyses all the important issues relating thereto. It includes latest facts and figures. It will be useful to the economists, government executives, parliamentarians and legislators to frame effective policies. The coverage and treatment of the subject will immensely help students of Economics and the aspiring candidates of various competitive examinations. Contents : 11. Special Economic Zones 12. Infrastructure 13. India and the World Economy 14. Foreign Trade 15. Foreign Direct Investment 16. Fiscal Deficits 17. India and the WTO 18. Liberalisation and Globalisation of Indian Economy 19. Planning in India Printed Pages: 401.
9788126914906 - R.K. Gupta: Indian Economy, Vol.II
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R.K. Gupta (?):

Indian Economy, Vol.II (2010) (?)

ISBN: 9788126914906 (?) या 8126914904, Band: 2, अज्ञात भाषा, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. किताबचा, नई

503 ( 6,34)¹ + शिपिंग: 321 ( 4,05)¹ = 824 ( 10,39)¹(दायित्व के बिना)
विक्रेता/Antiquarian से, BookVistas [54483961], New Delhi, DELHI, India
At the time of attainment of independence, the Indian economy was in a bad shape. Centuries of exploitative rule by the British had drained India of its wealth. The realization of the need for resurrecting the Indian economy had dawned upon our leaders even before independence. The National Planning Committee (NPC) was constituted in 1938 to study various aspects of economic development. After independence, the Planning Commission was set up in 195 to assess the country?s needs for material capital and formulate economic plans. During the initial years of planning major thrust was to develop heavy and basic industries to reduce the country?s dependence on import of machinery and equipment, and initiate self-sustained long-term growth. The progress under the Nehru-Mahalanobis model of growth which continued upto the 198s was slow. The 199s saw major shifts in economic policies with the introduction of privatization and liberalization in the form of industrial delicensing and opening up of Indian economy to international trade. The economic reforms, together with the adoption of new technologies and building up of infrastructure, have led to a high annual GDP growth rate of over eight per cent for the last three years. Nearly all economic indicators are in the positive zone. Paradoxically, however, the country is experiencing shortages in amenities, infrastructure and essential services. The basic objectives of alleviation of poverty, generation of adequate employment opportunities and removal of inequalities of income and wealth have not been realized. Growth is, by and large, confined to our urban areas. The book studies the structure and features of Indian economy and analyses all the important issues relating thereto. It includes latest facts and figures. It will be useful to the economists, government executives, parliamentarians and legislators to frame effective policies. The coverage and treatment of the subject will immensely help students of Economics and the aspiring candidates of various competitive examinations. Contents : 11. Special Economic Zones 12. Infrastructure 13. India and the World Economy 14. Foreign Trade 15. Foreign Direct Investment 16. Fiscal Deficits 17. India and the WTO 18. Liberalisation and Globalisation of Indian Economy 19. Planning in India Printed Pages: 401.
9788126914906 - R.K. Gupta: Indian Economy, Vol.II
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R.K. Gupta (?):

Indian Economy, Vol.II (2010) (?)

ISBN: 9788126914906 (?) या 8126914904, Band: 2, अज्ञात भाषा, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. किताबचा, नई

515 (US$ 6,88)¹ + शिपिंग: 118 (US$ 1,58)¹ = 633 (US$ 8,46)¹(दायित्व के बिना)
विक्रेता/Antiquarian से, BookVistas [54483961], New Delhi, DELHI, India
At the time of attainment of independence, the Indian economy was in a bad shape. Centuries of exploitative rule by the British had drained India of its wealth. The realization of the need for resurrecting the Indian economy had dawned upon our leaders even before independence. The National Planning Committee (NPC) was constituted in 1938 to study various aspects of economic development. After independence, the Planning Commission was set up in 195 to assess the country?s needs for material capital and formulate economic plans. During the initial years of planning major thrust was to develop heavy and basic industries to reduce the country?s dependence on import of machinery and equipment, and initiate self-sustained long-term growth. The progress under the Nehru-Mahalanobis model of growth which continued upto the 198s was slow. The 199s saw major shifts in economic policies with the introduction of privatization and liberalization in the form of industrial delicensing and opening up of Indian economy to international trade. The economic reforms, together with the adoption of new technologies and building up of infrastructure, have led to a high annual GDP growth rate of over eight per cent for the last three years. Nearly all economic indicators are in the positive zone. Paradoxically, however, the country is experiencing shortages in amenities, infrastructure and essential services. The basic objectives of alleviation of poverty, generation of adequate employment opportunities and removal of inequalities of income and wealth have not been realized. Growth is, by and large, confined to our urban areas. The book studies the structure and features of Indian economy and analyses all the important issues relating thereto. It includes latest facts and figures. It will be useful to the economists, government executives, parliamentarians and legislators to frame effective policies. The coverage and treatment of the subject will immensely help students of Economics and the aspiring candidates of various competitive examinations. Contents : 11. Special Economic Zones 12. Infrastructure 13. India and the World Economy 14. Foreign Trade 15. Foreign Direct Investment 16. Fiscal Deficits 17. India and the WTO 18. Liberalisation and Globalisation of Indian Economy 19. Planning in India Printed Pages: 401.
9788126914906 - K.R. Gupta: Indian Economy
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K.R. Gupta (?):

Indian Economy (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारत

ISBN: 9788126914906 (?) या 8126914904, अज्ञात भाषा, नई

579 (US$ 7,73)¹ + शिपिंग: 75 (US$ 1,00)¹ = 653 (US$ 8,73)¹(दायित्व के बिना)
शिपिंग लागत के लिए: IND
विक्रेता/Antiquarian से, D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.
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